Friday, 17 July 2015

Trip to Manotick

We had to go to Manotick to get hubby's non-dairy, no egg, no yeast $9/ loaf bread.

Lawn bowling, tractors for sale, Butch racoon, community mailboxes (CMU).

A party of some sort! We weren't invited!


Bridge street, Manotick


Famous Manotick Mill. and the pool. I remember when they built it!


Huge homes! I'm not jealous. Too much work, too high taxes, too much to clean!


We had lunch at The Swan

They were making a movie. I found out what!
 Published on 24 Jun 2015 YouTube Promo
Dileep, Mamta Mohandas and Namitha Pramod will essay the lead roles in the upcoming movie Canadian Tharavu, directed by Shafi. The movie is penned by Shafi's brother, filmmaker Rafi, who also plays a pivotal role. Reportedly, Canadian Tharavu will revolve around a carefree rich guy who married a Canada-based woman, only to settle in Canada. Dileep essays the husband while Mamtha Mohandas play the role of the Canada-based Malayali woman. Namitha Pramod will be appearing in a brief but very important role in the movie. Makrand Deshpande, Mukesh, Lena, Suraj Venjarammoodu, Vinaya Prasad, Aju Varghese, Ashokan, Shaju etc will appear in the supporting roles.


This dude was smoking, leaning over the railin, with smoke wafting our way. Our petite, feisty server scooted him away. Bless her heart! You can see her behind me!

7 comments:

Olga Hebert said...

Busy, busy, busy.

Olga Hebert said...

Busy, busy, busy.

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Did you get to be extras in the movie? Those huge houses have so much wasted space that require lots of heat!!! Give me a nice cozy bungalow any time. We are back on track after our trip out to British Columbia.

Red said...

You have some very classy homes in your area, but I wouldn't want one. They're crazy big! You live in a very scenic area.

Nancy J said...

Great day out, do you have a bread maker? Huge homes, maybe they can afford to pay the house cleaner, window washer person, lawn man, and more!!! I would not be envious either. Love your hat.

William Kendall said...

The raccoon's walking around like he owns the place.

The Mill is always a lovely sight.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
I love your 'gadabout' photos, narrating your journey... YAM xx